Monthly Archive: March, 2018

#MarchForOurLives

Originally posted on The Metta Garden:
change is possible. we can choose peace. we can choose to live in a society that creates a culture of nonviolence and values life more than a…

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‘The crazy one’s

  The crazy one’s Beautiful lady can make me laugh when she dances to her own song. She is my crazy one. My wildflower who knows open roads and can make the sad… Continue reading

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‘Did I ever love you’

Did I ever love you? Dying. Lying. Needing. Bleeding. Pretty Poet, she sang her words sweet and sadly to willing listeners at the Poetry reading in Monterey coffee shop. Love is just myth… Continue reading

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Poetry – 2 Poems – “The Lowly Place” & “Prayer”

Please read and enjoy the work of a talented writer.

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I will sing the blues for you Johnnie be good, Johnnie be bad and Johnnie dancing alone to the Jazz. The words sweet, tempting and so true. My baby left me, I’m so… Continue reading

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Iwo Jima Remembered…

Originally posted on Pacific Paratrooper:
? William Leahy, USMC “As it appeared on Locust Valley Leader, March 4, 2015. Patty Brexel of the LV Leader sent this to me,” Rosalinda Morgan, contributor. William…

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Leave It All

Originally posted on FLOALOGY:
LEAVE IT ALL    Come one  Come all  As this poet right here  Writes with purpose  And tends to recall  Words and phrases  From the back and front  Of…

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Three short poems.

Three short poems. A Poem by Coyote Poetry Need help editing. —————- A Spring flower Was a Spring flower, so tall and so beautiful. Was a Spring flower, that reached for the sky… Continue reading

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Across the sea

Across the sea The dark Poet sat alone by the sea and he was watched the Georgia Atlantic ocean dance upon the empty 5am beach. He loved the early morning and he watched… Continue reading

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True splendor

True splendor My timeless beauty. My wild and uncontrolled dream. You are my forbidden wish. My secret dance needed in a fragile world. You are my first wish and my last need. You… Continue reading

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